My guest, Georgina Berbari shares how to develop a joyful yoga practice on this week’s episode of The Chasing Joy Podcast.
On this week’s episode I talk to the wonderful yoga teacher, journalism student and instagrammer behind @thelittleflowerpetal, Georgina Berbari. Georgina is a constant source of light and inspiration to so many. We talk all about her yoga journey and how anyone and everyone can get something out from a yoga practice, yes, even the football team she teaches.
Georgina’s is one of the first accounts I started following when I got an instagram for this blog. She started like me, sharing mostly food pictures and usually including some beautiful flowers in there too. Over time she’s transitioned away from sharing mostly food to sharing different yoga poses and positive inspiring messages. Her words are so wonderful and insightful. She’s wise beyond her years and has some pretty sick yoga moves.
I wanted to have Georgina on because yoga has become a bigger part of my own life and I’ve noticed the lives around me. I’ve gotten quite a few requests for an episode on yoga so I immediately thought of Georgina.
We talk about
- What it’s like to go through yoga teacher training
- Balancing being a student and yoga teacher
- Transitioning from running to yoga
- How to a personal yoga practice
- Letting go of judgement in your yoga practice
- How yoga can be beneficial for everyone, including football players
This Episode is Perfect for Anyone
- Who is curios about yoga
- Practices yoga in a studio but wants to learn how to practice at home
- Wants to connect with the more spiritual side of yoga
- Who is either a beginner or slightly experienced but wants to take their practice to the level
- Who lives a very busy life and wants tips for balancing self-care with their work
Connect with Georgina
Georgina’s instagram page: @thelittleflowerpetal
Hang out with the Joy Squad on Facebook for your daily dose of health, wellness and joy filled conversation. (and you’ll get sneak peeks on new things coming to the blog and podcast first)
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